MIAMI – The heat protection may have suffocated the Atlanta Hawks star Trey Young All of Sunday’s games were 115-91 Game 1 wins their first-round series, but the East’s number. The 1-seat Young and Eighth-ranked Hawks knew they could not expect to go quiet.
“He’s going to hit the ball,” Heat said BJ Tucker Said about Young. “It’s a game. You look at it. Treat him the same way in the next game. Expect him to take a lot more shots and be more aggressive, so we have to bring in the same kind of energy because he’s going to be fine.”
Atlanta’s two play-off wins averaged 31 points. After finishing 8th, Young was outscored by 8 points in a 1-to-12 shooting on Sunday, leaving Young out on Sunday (0-to-7 for 3) and had more turnover (six) than assists (four). According to ESPN statistics and information research, his 8.3% shooting mark, combined with the regular season and playoffs, was linked to the worst field goal percentage of his career.
The Hawks scored the first three points of the game, but it was all heat, with Miami leading by 32 points in the fourth quarter. Hawks coach Nate Macmillan knew of the quick turnaround from Friday’s play-off win in Cleveland to 1pm on Sunday to the Miami Local Diff, with two minutes and 34 seconds left in the third quarter, pulling Young and putting him on the bench. Sports.
“Miami played on another level,” Macmillan said. “We have to get to another level. There’s another level of seriousness that you are locked into in winning every possession. We have to process and value every possession in these games.”
The Heat is sure that they will see the best version of Young on Game 2 on Tuesday.
“Listen, he’s going to take more than one shot.” Kyle Lori Recipient of 10 points and nine assists. “He’s going to get more than four aids. He’s going to explode. But we have to be patient and we’re determined in what we do.”
Miami, who finished fourth in the NBA in defensive rating in the regular season, used Young change plans in an attempt to neutralize him when Atlanta set the screens on his primary defender and tried to free him. The heat protection was strengthened by the return Pam AdebayoThis year’s perennial defensive player, he played in the latest Kovit-19 tournament for the first time since April 8 last.
“Keep him in front,” he explained Jimmy Butler, Who scored 21 points in 9 of 15 shots, when asked about Young Miami’s strategy. “He’s constantly breaking down defenses and helping you. If you do not help, it’s a line. [or] It’s a float. If you help, he attacks the right person every time [with a pass]. I think we did a great job in moving our legs and staying in front of him without getting spoiled. “
According to the second spectrum, the heat changed 21 times against Young in Game 1, allowing 0.8 points for a direct selection. During the regular season, Young showed Miami’s expertise in that field on Sunday, averaging 0.96 points per direct selection against all opposing teams that turned against him.
When asked about Heat coach Eric Spolstra leaving his team, he said, “Everything is on hand.” Caleb Martin As Young’s primary defender, he rotated the mission on Sunday, as did the Heat in the regular season. “Whatever is needed.”
Young acknowledged the fatigue caused by that table, but admitted that Miami’s defense was a factor in attaching his own low-water mark to the second-highest 3-pointers he tried in a game.
“You definitely feel heavy legs, but you have to lend them,” Young said. “They came out aggressively. They came out with so much energy.”
Heat expects a precise approach from Young in a bounce-back effort.
“You better be on the edge,” Spolstra said. “You have to be on the edge. That team can really score in the clusters. Obviously Trey Young can fire at any time. So if you relax at any moment, and suddenly he hits a pair, it will change a lot more. You have to respect that.
“Our guys have that respect, but even with respect, even on the edge, he’s still talented. That’s why we have to be ready for Game 2, to somehow destroy this memory and keep that edge.”
Young, who led Atlanta to a surprise 5th-place final last year, said the experience was reminiscent of how fast the Hawks could have lost 1-0 to final champion Milwaukee Bucks before losing the series in the sixth. Swing.
“You have to win four games to win a series, you win one and not win all,” Young said. If that were the case we would have made it to the finals last year.